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North Allegheny's Pat Kugler, Belle Vernon's Dorian Johnson, Clairton's Tyler Boyd and Central Valley's Robert Foster grabbed most of the attention, but more than two dozen local high school football players will continue their careers at Division 1 colleges across the country.

Players are able to sign binding letters of intent with programs on Wednesday, Feb. 6.

02/04/2013 - 21:12
PSR Staff
Blue chip wide receiver Tyler Boyd of Clairton announced on Saturday that he will attend Pitt, choosing the Panthers over more than 30 other scholarship offers.

Boyd announced his commitment on NBC Saturday afternoon from the sidelines of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, a high school all-star game in San Antonio, Texas.

01/06/2013 - 16:54
Tony DeFazio
Before the Frozen Four comes to Pittsburgh, another four-team tournament will take place at Consol Energy Center. This is the Three Rivers Hockey Classic, hosted by Robert Morris University and featuring hockey teams representing the Colonials, Penn State, Miami (OH) and Ohio State.

With the inaugural tournament beginning, CEO and President of the Pittsburgh Penguins David Morehouse will see one o

12/27/2012 - 10:49
Nate Barnes
Aliquippa falls to Wyomissing on double-A final

North Allegheny cruised past Coatesville for their second Read More ...

12/15/2012 - 16:50
A.P.
Clairton defeated Dunmore 20-0 to win their fourth straight Single-A State Championship. Terrish Webb, Tyler Boyd and Armani Ford scored touchdowns for the Bears, who won their 63rd straight game.

The Bears became just the third team in Pennsylvania history to win four consecutive state titles, joining Southern Columbia and Berwick.

12/14/2012 - 16:13
Tony DeFazio
Mack Leftwich led North Allegheny over Wilson 45-10 Saturday afternoon to advance to the PIAA Quad-A championship game next weekend. Clairton and Aliquippa won on Friday to advance to the A and AA title games.

North Allegheny 45 - Wilson 10
Mack Leftwich threw three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth scor

12/08/2012 - 10:40
Tony DeFazio
North Allegheny, Aliquippa and Clairton blew out their opponents in the state quarterfinals and are now one win away from the title game.

Quad-A: North Allegheny 56 - Erie McDowell 6
Mack Leftwich of North Allegheny completed 14 of 15 pa

11/30/2012 - 23:10
Tony DeFazio
Clairton, Aliquippa and West Allegheny rolled to WPIAL championships on Friday, while North Allegheny won a close battle over Woodland Hills to capture their third straight Quad-A title.

Single-A: Clairton 58 - Sto-Rox 21

11/23/2012 - 14:53
PSR Staff
Offensive tackle chooses Panthers over Ohio State

Belle Vernon offensive tackle Dorian Johnson, one of the top players in the state of Pennsylvania, verbally committed to Pitt after visiting the school this weekend.

11/19/2012 - 00:12
PSR Staff
North Allegheny ran away from Seneca-Valley, while West Allegheny's defense shut down Thomas Jefferson as the WPIAL championship games are finally here.

Quad-A
North Allegheny 47 - Seneca Valley 17

Tigers quarterback Mack Leftwich completed 18 of 23

11/17/2012 - 00:49
PSR Staff
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